Glove-TalkII-a neural-network interface which maps gestures to parallel formant speech synthesizer controls

@article{Fels1997GloveTalkIIaNI,
  title={Glove-TalkII-a neural-network interface which maps gestures to parallel formant speech synthesizer controls},
  author={Sidney S. Fels and Geoffrey E. Hinton},
  journal={IEEE transactions on neural networks},
  year={1997},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={205-12}
}
Glove-TalkII is a system which translates hand gestures to speech through an adaptive interface. Hand gestures are mapped continuously to ten control parameters of a parallel formant speech synthesizer. The mapping allows the hand to act as an artificial vocal tract that produces speech in real time. This gives an unlimited vocabulary in addition to direct control of fundamental frequency and volume. Currently, the best version of Glove-TalkII uses several input devices (including a Cyberglove… CONTINUE READING
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